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Summer has arrived in Tennessee, and it’s already a scorcher. Don’t let the heat keep you indoors, though, because there are plenty of riverfront and lakeside dining options where you can catch a delightfully cool breeze off the glittering water.

To get you started, take a look at our list of the top 10 waterfront restaurants in Middle TN. Choose from seafood, burgers and brews, low and slow BBQ, classic Southern cuisine, and a sports bar—a few of which are also live music venues. It’s time to slather on your sunscreen, put on your favorite summer hat, and kick back at the waterside under summer’s cerulean skies.

Blue Moon Waterfront Grille
525 Basswood Drive | Nashville

Blue Moon Waterfront Grille is a Music City staple. Back in 2010, it

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Inspired by famous California Sea Ranch homes and designed by Michael Goorevich, this contemporary dwelling sits on a 1.15-acre corner lot in sought-after Forest Hills! The home boasts an open floor plan built with Kebony natural wood and Accoya, as well as an all-new exterior with Kebony and Accoya wood screen features. This home also offers a new metal roof, abundant natural light, new lighting features with a Lutron lighting system, updated landscaping and irrigation, an updated primary bathroom, refinished white oak hardwoods, handmade built-ins, and so much more. This home is incredible!

Listed by Joni Miller

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Summers in Middle Tennessee are both hot and humid, making it tricky to get out of the house and enjoy outdoor adventures. Luckily for us, our region is home to a long list of outstanding ice cream, gelato, and shaved ice shops that are the perfect remedy to our intense summers. Today we’re sharing our picks for the 10 Best Frozen Delights in Middle TN!

Mike's Ice Cream
129 2nd Ave N | Nashville

Mike’s Ice Cream is located in the midst of Nashville’s most active hub. While this means you’ll likely need to line up and wait to order a cone, don’t let impatience keep you away from this nostalgic parlor’s seriously tasty treats. Stop by for traditional ice cream, sundaes, soft serve, milkshakes, egg creams, malts, coffee creations, and more.

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How is the market? It’s a question our agents get asked a lot, and for good reason. If you’re considering buying a new home or selling one that you already own, the market trends and predictions are important in the decision-making process. Below is our most recent market update information for Davidson, Maury, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson, Bedford, Coffee, Dekalb, Robertson, and Montgomery counties to help you make the most informed and beneficial choices possible.

 

 

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Located in coveted Belle Meade Highlands, this stunning home originally built by Province Builders and P.Shea Designs will impress you with its exquisite design and luxury finishes! This home's floor plan was crafted for today's living with a primary and guest suite on the main level, as well as a dedicated office. Upstairs you can find three additional bedrooms with private en-suite baths. The home's great room wows with a soaring two-story ceiling and walls of windows that flood the space with natural light. Entertaining in this home is a dream with a kitchen that includes an oversized island, Jenn-Air appliances, a butler's pantry, and a built-in Bosch coffee station. Enjoy the back yard year-round on the newly-installed stone patio with an outdoor

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Geographically, Middle Tennessee sits in a climate band called a transition zone, which means subtropical and temperate climates meet where we live. This presents homeowners with a unique challenge in caring for their lawns; our sizzling summers and freezing winters are difficult for both warm- and cool-season grasses to survive.

The good news is that our team at Parks has excellent lawn care tips for everyday problems Middle Tennessee homeowners face. Whether you’re starting from scratch or rehabilitating a lawn that has seen better days, read on to ensure that your lawn retains maximum curb appeal all year long! 

Rake, Dethatch, and Aerate

At the first thaw, use a sturdy rake to give your lawn a thorough, deep combing. You’re working to

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The interior design of your home will have a powerful impact on your day-to-day experience of living in it. Over time, a poor design can wear you down, making your dream home feel more like a tedious chore to work around. The good news is, there are practical steps you can take to overhaul your home’s interior design and help you fall in love with your home all over again. Today, we’re sharing our favorite keys to a well-functioning home.

Express Yourself Through Design

It’s easy to be influenced by the trends we see on Pinterest, Instagram, and Facebook. While there’s nothing wrong with taking inspiration from designs we love, it’s also important that your final design express your own personality, interests, and preferences. Trends come

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Resting on 1.69 acres, this "Louisiana Style" home in fabulous Oak Hill is a must-see! The home offers extra-large porches with wonderful views, a finished basement with a soundproof recording studio, tons of living and entertainment space, immaculate trim detail, custom finishes throughout, a chef's kitchen, a four-car garage, two laundry rooms, a park-like setting all around the exterior, and much more.

Listed by Susan Gregory

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When you’re ready to sell your home, time is quite literally money. In this competitive seller’s market, you can capture the attention of buyers by taking simple steps to boost curb appeal. The following suggestions from our team are tried-and-true methods to ensure your home is snapped up as swiftly as possible.

Take a Photo to Gain Perspective

We view our homes through our own personal lens. This lens is colored by our emotions, experiences, expectations, and preferences. To help homeowners overcome this hurdle, we recommend taking a photo from the street. This type of photo will be the style prospective buyers will first encounter and will capture the first impression your home will make during tours and open house events. 

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Did you know that you could save thousands of dollars if you prepare your credit before applying for a mortgage? Your credit score is one of the most critical factors that determine your mortgage interest rate and which home loan program you qualify for.

This article will show you how you can get your credit in top shape for your upcoming mortgage.

1.) Learn where your credit scores stand.

First off, know that your credit score doesn’t have to be perfect to buy a home. Several loan programs allow buyers with credit scores in the low 500s to purchase a home. However, you should be aware that with low credit scores typically come paying higher interest rates.

Because of this, we recommend you begin by checking your credit scores so that

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